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This was such a fun game to play with my 2 and 5 year old. I liked that the game was not about individual winners, but about teamwork and working together. You have to work together to get all of the animals safely into the arc before the great flood comes. The kids had fun flipping over their own cards, then trying to strategize how to help the animals get into the arc the fastest way. Overall a fun and education board game for the whole familynto enjoy.
I am a speech language pathologist and have just started to use this game with my students. It is a fantastic fun collaborative game that generates genuine conversation. Its one of the best tools I have for teaching concepts like “before and after, farthest and closest As well as other spatial relationships and concepts of time.“ It’s Also great for asking prediction questions. The game Fosters true collaboration which many of my autistic kids have challenges with and this playful game encourages Either a low level or higher level of collaboration with success. It is a wonderful language-based game that feels just like fun and not like learning. I highly recommend this as a fun family game or to any speech therapist as a great learning tool!
I purchased this as a gift for my friend's 3 year old. We had a blast playing, and I love that it creates win-win alignment. What's better then showing the young people you love that no-one has to lose to have fun? As for the game itself, it's well designed, high quality (with great illustrations), and actually fun for us grown ups as well. Well worth it, and made her day!
This is a super cute game! Both my 3.5yr old son and 9.5yr old son enjoy playing this game. It can be a bit tricky for my preschooler to grasp the rules for each piece moving to the one ahead of the card drawn if the spot is currently occupied, but with a little guidance he’s able to move forward
This game was fun but we do have other board games that keep us more interested, from the same maker. Small thing but one of the things I didn't like about the board/game was that you either had to remember what resource the animals were on or move the animals off the board spaces to see. There wasn't a way to know if you didn't remember and the animals were right on top of the board spaces.
I absolutely love this game. It is teaching our 4 year old little boy how to work in a team to help the animals get to the Ark. The board itself is sturdy and the imaging is beautiful. The game pieces are the perfect size for little hands. We play this game for hours. Everyone who comes to visit has to play at least one round. Great fun. I would surely recommend.